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Apple iMac 27'' 3.6GHz i5-680 27" 2560 x 1440pixels Silver All-in-One PC

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Desktop PC with monitor.
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Long product name Apple iMac 27'' 3.6GHz i5-680 27" 2560 x 1440pixels Silver All-in-One PC :
The short editorial description of Apple iMac 27'' 3.6GHz i5-680 27" 2560 x 1440pixels Silver All-in-One PC

iMac 27'', All-In-One, Intel Core i5-680 (4M Cache, 3.60 GHz), 4GB 1333MHz DDR3, 1TB HDD 7200rpm, Radeon HD 5670, DVD-SM DL, 27'' TFT, 2560x1440, HD Webcam, Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, Thunderbolt, FireWire 800, USB, SDXC, 310W, 13.8kg, Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, Silver
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Short summary description Apple iMac 27'' 3.6GHz i5-680 27" 2560 x 1440pixels Silver All-in-One PC:
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Apple iMac 27'', 68.6 cm (27"), 2560 x 1440 pixels, Wide Quad HD, 16:9, 3.6 GHz, Intel Core i5-xxx
Long summary description Apple iMac 27'' 3.6GHz i5-680 27" 2560 x 1440pixels Silver All-in-One PC :

Apple 27'', iMac. Display diagonal: 68.6 cm (27"), Display resolution: 2560 x 1440 pixels, HD type: Wide Quad HD. Processor frequency: 3.6 GHz, Processor family: Intel Core i5-xxx, Processor model: i5-680. Internal memory: 4 GB, Maximum internal memory: 16 GB, Internal memory type: DDR3-SDRAM. Total storage capacity: 1000 GB, Storage media: HDD, Compatible memory cards: SDXC. Discrete graphics adapter model: AMD Radeon HD 5670, On-board graphics adapter model: Intel® HD Graphics, On-board graphics adapter family: Intel® HD Graphics

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2013-08-30
Testseek has collected 55 expert reviews for Apple iMac 27'' and the average expert rating is 86 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
86%
Source Review comments Score
gadgetshow.channel5.com
Updated:
2013-08-30
A monster in every sense. A capacious 27-inch screen, paired with slick, slimline design and features to satisfy even the most fastidious tech fancier, the iMac is Apple’s crowning glory and the computer for those who want great looks matched with bree...
Good The 27-inch iMac is all about the screen. Its 2560x1440 pixel panel makes watching HD content an absolute joy and looks every bit as sharp as most TVs. If you’re into video editing and tinkering with your photos, the screen real estate is invaluable, even if you do need to sit some way back to appreciate it and stop your eyes going squiffy. Connectivity is peachy, with four USB ports and HDMI as...
Bad Again, it’s down to price. £1,429 is a huge amount in anyone’s book. The Intel processor could be a better i7 for that amount and perhaps even the hard drive could push itself beyond 1TB. It’s also massive, so if space is limited, maybe take a look at the 21.5-inch version.
Bottom line It’s hard to argue against the iMac when it comes to desktop PCs. Nothing quite measures up to its great looks and the peerless OS X Snow Leopard, which makes everything so easy to handle. You’ll need to be prepared for your bank balance to take a batt...
100%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2013-08-30
Apple is famed for its stylish and well-built computers, and the company's latest 27in iMac is no exception. It hasn't changed much in appearance from the last model, but this isn't a bad thing. The 27in screen immediately catches your eye due to its s...
Bottom line The latest 27in iMac is a stylish, compact and quiet computer with a superb quality screen. Considering its price, we wish it had faster performance in both applications and games though...
100%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2014-03-20
Which brings us onto the value-for-money part: Sony's Vaio L may come with a quad-core CPU for less, but the size and quality of the iMac's IPS display is worth a good percentage of the asking price. Dell's equivalent monitor, for example, currently s...
Good Gorgeous design. Excellent trackpad. Awesome screen...
Bad Dual-core CPU. Mid-range graphics. Rear headphone socket...
Bottom line A beautiful body and a stunning screen, the 27in iMac remains the best all-in-one around...
100%
Zdnet.com.au
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2014-01-03
While the iMac got a big upgrade last year to Core i, and the 24-inch expanded to 27, this year's upgrade is a lot more modest. Processors have been given a boost in speed in Core i3, i5 and i7 flavours, and there's now a Radeon HD 5000 series ins...
Bottom line While others have tried and failed, the iMac is still king of the hill when it comes to all-in-ones. All that's left to ask for is faster external storage and better SSDs, but for now it still comes highly recommended.
90%
macworld.com.au
Updated:
2014-01-03
When Apple announced new iMacs last month, it included a major step forward amid the subtle-but-welcome refinements in most of the models: the first ever iMac to offer a quad-core processor. The new high-end 27-inch iMacs are the first to use Intel’s C...
90%
pcpro.co.uk
Updated:
2013-08-30
The 27in iMac was gorgeous when it first launched and it's still gorgeous now. Sure, Apple has revamped the line with new processors and the latest graphics cards, but it's hard to look past the pure aesthetics of the thing when it's sat on your desk...
Bottom line Powerful, beautifully designed and with a magnificent screen, so we can forgive the few niggles...
83%
digitalversus.com
Updated:
2013-08-30
Still just as big, still just as glossy, the iMac 27-inch panel is also still just as good. Unfortunately no matte panel is available for the iMac, in contrast to the MacBook Pro range (for which it is billed at £41)In 16:9 format, the 27-inch screen o...
Good Nice screen, well calibrated, Nice look and finish, Satisfying across the board performance, Quiet, Compact, absence of cords...
Bad Limited and inaccessible connectivity, No BluRay player, Glossy screen subject to reflections...
Bottom line Without revolutionising the all-in-one concept, this iMac 27-inch is convincing all the same and has all the elements needed to make it a recipe for success. It does however lack some seasoning. We would have liked to see richer and more accessible con...
80%
techradar.com
Updated:
2013-08-30
£1400 might seem a horrendous amount to pay for an all-in-one computer, but this new mid-2010 iMac – the cheaper of the two 27-inch models – gives you a lot of computer for your cash. Although it has the same form factor as the 27-inch iMacs from the p...
Good The new Core i3 processor, Excellent graphics upgrade, Gorgeous screen, SD card reader upgraded to SDXC, SSD as sole or second drive option...
Bad No Blu-ray drive option, No anti-glare screen option, Hard drive not user-serviceable, Third-generation USB and FireWire not used, Core i3 has no Turbo Boost...
Bottom line £1400 might seem a horrendous amount to pay for an all-in-one computer, but this new mid-2010 iMac – the cheaper of the two 27-inch models – gives you a lot of computer for your cash. Although it has the same form factor as the 27-inch iMacs from the p...
80%
T3.com
Updated:
2013-08-30
Apple’s computer range refreshes don’t have to be radical to be significant. Take this mid-2010 iMac update. They boast the same brushed aluminium construction, same edge-to-edge glass screen, same built-in iSight webcam, same 27-inch and 21.5-inch...
Good New Core-i series processors, Graphical capabilities have taken a step up, Quality components are used throughout, Top-quality webcam, Fantastic screen, Quality keyboard and mouse...
Bad No antiglare screen, No Blu-ray drive, The Core i3 processor has no Turbo Boost, We'd like a second hard drive port...
Bottom line The mid-2010 refresh sees the iMac retain its position as the best currently-available all-in-one computer. It's expensive, but you're getting a lot of Mac for your mone...
80%
digitalartsonline.co.uk
Updated:
2014-01-03
Many creatives have snubbed it in the past, favouring instead the two-chip power, larger RAM capacity and multiple drives of the Mac Pro workstation. But with the latest Xeon chips having pushed the Mac Pro’s price into the stratosphere, the iMac is now w...
Good Powerful; very affordable; highresolution screen...
Bad Glossy screen; limited upgrading...
80%
techradar.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
Apple's mid-2010 refresh of its popular iMac range offered an interesting new customisation option for the high-end, 27-inch machines. If you buy online through Apple's online store, you can opt for a 256GB solid state drive instead of – or even as wel...
Good SSD is very fast Excellent processor Great new GPU Faster onboard memory Gorgeous screen...
Bad No Blu-ray drive option No anti-glare screen option Hard drive not user-serviceable Third-generation USB and FireWire not used SSD is very expensive...
Bottom line Apple's mid-2010 refresh of its popular iMac range offered an interesting new customisation option for the high-end, 27-inch machines. If you buy online through Apple's online store, you can opt for a 256GB solid state drive instead of – or even as wel...
80%
T3.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
Solid state drives are catching on. They’re faster than disk-based storage drives, and more durable too. Unfortunately, they’re also a lot more expensive. The mid-2010 iMac refresh gives you a solid state drive as a custom option for the 27-inch m...
Good Boots and shuts down quickly, Applications speedy to open, Mac 'hangs' less often, Quad core processor...
Bad SSD is an expensive option, Neither hard drive is user-accessible...
Bottom line This top-of-the-range iMac with a solid state drive is a joy to use, but solid state storage is too expensive to catch on to any great degree...
80%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2014-01-03
When Apple last updated its iMac range, it replaced the old plastic-backed 20in and 24in models with all-aluminium 21.5in and 27in designs that packed in all manner of new features.That was less than a year ago, though, so this late 2010 update simply...
Good Blistering SSD performance; SSD can now be fitted alongside hard drive; bright, vibrant IPS screen...
Bad 256GB SSD too small for single-drive use and a very expensive option...
Bottom line The SSD-equipped price is not to be sniffed at, but the performance of the 27in iMac in this quad-core configuration is extremely impressive. It's also a more compact, yet just-as-capable, option as the entry-level Mac Pro, and cheaper too if you fact...
80%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2014-01-03
Apple has updated its range of iMac desktop computers, with faster processors and better graphics the order of the day. The new iMac looks virtually identical to its predecessors, but the internal upgrades will keep most users happy — though HDMI conn...
Good LED-backlit display, excellent design and construction, good performance, new processors and graphics cards...
Bad No HDMI or Blu-ray, no number pad on included keyboard, glossy display can be distracting...
Bottom line Apple's latest iMac retains an identical design to earlier iMacs but features upgraded internal components. If you've recently purchased an iMac there isn't enough to justify an upgrade, but if you're looking to purchase your first Mac or want to upgra...
80%
macworld.co.uk
Updated:
2014-01-03
Ladies and gentlemen, the fastest Mac we’ve ever seen is currently sitting in the Macworld Lab. It’s the 27-inch 2.93GHz quad core Core i7 iMac, equipped with a solid-state drive (SSD). This built-to-order (BTO) model posted the highest Speedmark 6 sco...
Good TBC...
Bad TBC...
80%
digitalversus.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
The 27'' screen on the 2010 version of Apple's iMac has an impressive 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution. That's a standard designed to beat 30'' displays and represents the...
Good Good screen with reasonable colours, Quiet, Stylish, Optical audio input and ouput, Finally includes an SD card reader...
Bad Contrast slightly below average, Very glossy scrfeen, Mini DisplayPort only video input, No Bluray player, Performances average all...
Bottom line This computer's real strength is its gorgeous 2560 x 1400 pixel 24'' display. Like its predecessors, it's missing some important features like extra video inputs or a Blu-ray drive, but now includes one new item: an SD card reader...
80%
macworld.com.au
Updated:
2014-05-22
There’s little doubt that 2010 is the year of the iPad and iPhone for Apple, with the company largely focusing on the new kids on the block. But the Mac isn’t entirely out of the picture. While the Mac business is a more mature product line than Apple’...
80%
macworld.com.au
Updated:
2014-01-03
Ladies and gentlemen, meet the fastest Mac we’ve ever seen: the 27in 2.93GHz quad core Core i7 iMac, equipped with a solid-state drive (SSD). This built-to-order (BTO) model posted the highest score of any Mac we’ve tested – for now.The 27in 2.93GHz q...
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